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The Caspian Sea is one of the most important source of world?s energy resources, after the Persian Gulf and Siberia. [ For the new republics of Central Asia, the Caspian Sea is not only their only waterway but also an important source of food and related products. www.asc-centralasia.edu.pk/Issue_63/04-THE_ECONOMIC-AND-GEO-STRATEGIC.html
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The Caspian has characteristics common to both seas and lakes. It is often listed as the world's largest lake, although it is not a freshwater lake. [ The Caspian was once part of the Tethys Ocean but became landlocked about 5.5 million years ago due to plate tectonics. The Volga River (about 80% of the inflow) and the Ural River discharge into the Caspian Sea, but it has no natural outflow other than by evaporation. Thus the Caspian ecosystem is a closed basin, with its own sea level history that is independent of the eustatic level of the world's oceans. The level of the Caspian has fallen and risen, often rapidly, many times over the centuries. Some Russian historians[who?] claim that a medieval rising of the Caspian, perhaps caused by the Amu Darya changing its inflow to the Caspian from the 13th century to the 16th century, caused the coastal towns of Khazaria, such as Atil, to flood. In 2004, the water level was 28 m (92 ft) below sea level.
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